Strategies for Providing Remote Legal Services to Older Adults

Source: National Center on Law & Elder Rights

Published: 2020

Summary:

Strategies for Providing Remote Legal Services to Older Adults

Legal assistance providers and aging services advocates are evolving their service delivery models in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote legal services are particularly important for older adults and people of all ages with compromised immune systems who are at high-risk if exposed to COVID-19. This webinar will share strategies and highlight technology-based tools that can enhance the provision of virtual legal assistance. The Administration for Community Living will provide an introduction to this topic and will share information on their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Slides | Summary

Presenters:

• Hilary Dalin, Administration for Community Living, Office of Elder Justice and Adult Protective Services

• Sarah Galvan, Justice in Aging

• Liz Keith, Pro Bono Net

Q & A Webinar Session: Strategies for Providing Remote Legal Services to Older Adults

As a follow-up to the webinar on Strategies for Providing Remote Legal Services to Older Adults, NCLER will host a live question and answer session, focused on strategies and technology-based tools that can enhance the provision of virtual legal assistance to older adults. Presenters will respond to questions received during last week’s webinar and take questions from the audience.

Slides

Presenters:

• Hilary Dalin, Administration for Community Living, Office of Elder Justice and Adult Protective Services

• Sarah Galvan, Justice in Aging• Liz Keith, Pro Bono Net

 

Link: Strategies for Providing Remote Legal Services to Older Adults

Topics: Legal, Preparedness and Response

Access: Web-based

Intended Use: Self-directed Learning

Audience: Legal/Law Enforcement

Level: Advanced, Basic

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